|Liberte class Station|
|Gallic Royal Navy|
Reunion was constructed by the Council in 817 A.S., only a few weeks after the path in the Orkney mine field was cleared. Named after a French island in the Indian ocean of ancient Earth, this base is a symbol of the actual reunion of Sirius colonies and the House of Gallia, which was isolated from the rest of human civilization for over seven hundred years.
The station was built in a haste using whatever materials could be brought into Orkney from Languedoc. Larger construction elements, including dock ports and solar panels, were purchased from Independent Miners Guild. Abandoned shortly after the Council's defeat in Languedoc, the station's defense grid was set to automatically target anything coming out of the Languedoc Jump Hole. The Gallic Navy heavily damaged the station when their forces finally pushed into Orkney. What was left of it was recommissioned as a guard post overseeing the Languedoc Jump Hole, and renamed Cordes Outpost.